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2009 Noctilucent Cloud Season

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« Reply #45 on: June 04, 2009, 10:37:16 am »


The display here was faint & higher in the sky, filling the Ursa Major region, in fact I was suspecting it was very thin cirrus lit by the Moon & artificially (  Angry ) so I didn't take a lot of notice, made the best of the excellent transparency & seeing. You lot further South were possibly seeing this same formation brighter because of the more favourable angle. Between 2 am & 3 am (BST) there was a enhancement of the twilight arc in the NE which I believe was the "lowest grade" of NLC (unstructured glow), certainly the colour was unusual for ordinary twilight.
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